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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee said Tuesday it would re-enter the marketplace in a region of the state with no other option for individual health insurance, but that policies might cost more because of political uncertainty.

Calling the move “an extension of our mission,” while noting the company appeared to be turning a corner in Tennessee after three tough years financially, BCBS President and CEO J.D. Hickey said the decision was an effort to lower risk as Congress and President Trump continue their efforts to repeal Obamacare.

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